We all know that a trip to Starbucks is a great pick-me-up. A great, overpriced, foul-tasting pick-me-up. But soon, you’ll be getting something a little extra with your grande half-caf skinny mocha and your revolting “pastry”: racial enlightenment!
The Starbucks “Race Together” initiative, expounded on the company’s website, kicked off with full-page ads in the New York Times and USA Today on Sunday and Monday, respectively.
Administrators at a middle school in central Virginia suspended a sixth-grader last September for one-year after discovering a marijuana leaf and a lighter in his backpack. The sheriff’s department became involved as well and filed drug possession charges against the 11-year-old boy.
Coca-Cola is working with fitness and nutrition experts who suggest its soda as a treat at a time when the world’s biggest beverage maker is being blamed for helping to fuel obesity rates.
A civil rights leader in Louisiana is calling a proposed clothing ordinance that could ban daisy dukes and sagging pants in Opelousas the “new Jim Crow.”
An Indiana lawmaker says he doesn’t plan to resign following allegations that he sent nude photos of himself to a woman involved in the 2013 scandal with a former New York congressman.
State lawmakers are looking at how to regulate the use of body cameras by police in Michigan as more agencies across the country equip their officers with the devices.
The NAB’s comments in the FCC’s proceeding on extending the online public file requirements to radio, cable, and satellite operators asks for “significant accommodations” for smaller stations, including an exemption for noncommercial stations and stations with fewer than five full-time employees, more time to comply, and restrictions on who can file complaints.
A homeowner who shot two intruders who broke into his home has been charged with gun possession.
Martha Stewart found herself in hot water this morning after she posted a completely nude photo of her four-year-old granddaughter Jude to her Twitter account from their family vacation.
Legislation approved by a Senate panel Tuesday aims to bolster financial protections for active duty National Guard members and reservists.
Bad news ahead for the American workforce: Its Millennial generation is flunking the basics.
Azealia Banks performs onstage at Brixton Academy on September 22, 2014 in London, England. (Ollie Millington/WireImage)
The blueprint from House Budget Chairman Tom Price, Georgia Republican, cuts $5.5 trillion in spending and cues up a fight over the parties’ aims for the middle class — and just how far Washington should go in helping them achieve those goals.
Now that the ATF has put on hold it’s plan to outlaw the popular M855 cartridge, who’s ready for a proposal from anti-gun Dems to even further restrict the 2nd Amendment rights of Americans?